After four years on the market, late comedian Robin Williams' Napa Valley home has sold for $18 million.
Williams built Villa Sorriso (Villa of Smiles) back in the early 2000s while married to his second wife, Marsha Garces. The two divorced in 2010 and he later married Susan Schneider in 2011.
In 2012 Williams decided to put his estate on the market for $35 million. After no buyers, he lowered the price to $29.9 million.
After Williams’ death in 2014, the home was passed down to his three children. They lowered the price to $25.9 million and months later to $22.9 million.
Williams’ estate recently sold for $18.1 million to French winemakers Alfred Tesseron and his niece Melanie Tesseron.
Details about the home:
Villa Sorriso is in the Mayacama Mountains, located in Northwest California.
The house sits on 653 total acres of land, with 23 acres consisting of vineyards and olive groves.
There is a natural spring-fed fishing pond, a tennis court, large infinity-edge pool, a nine-stall horse barn and riding trails. The three-level Mediterranean-style villa is about 20,000 square feet with five bedrooms and 11 bathrooms.
Other features include a bell tower, a 12-seat theater, billiards room and climate controlled cellars. There is a separate guest house with four bedrooms.